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eBook Moongame (Moonbear) ePub

by Frank Asch

  • ISBN: 0689835183
  • Category: Animals
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Frank Asch
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Aladdin; Reprint edition (March 1, 2000)
  • Pages: 32
  • ePub book: 1234 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1459 kb
  • Other: lit docx mbr rtf
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 584

Description

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Moonbear worries he’s lost the moon forever in this charming reissue of a beloved classic by award-winning author and illustrator Frank Asch.

Asch published his first picture book, George's Store, in 1968.

Frank Asch is an American children's writer, best known for his Moonbear picture books. Asch published his first picture book, George's Store, in 1968. The following year he graduated from Cooper Union with a BFA. Since then he has taught at a public school in India, as well as at a Montessori school in the United States, conducted numerous creative workshops for children. He has writte Frank Asch is an American children's writer, best known for his Moonbear picture books. Frank Asch, a graduate of Cooper Union, has written more than eighty children’s books, among them the bestselling classics featuring Moonbear and Baby Bear; Russian National Book Award recipient Here Comes the Cat; and Oppenheimer Toy Portfolio Golden Award winner Like a Windy Day. Mr. Asch lives in Hawaii.

Moongame by Frank Asch - Moonbear worries he’s lost the moon forever in this charming reissue of a beloved . But when the moon ducks behind a cloud and doesn’t come out, Moonbear gets worried.

Moongame by Frank Asch - Moonbear worries he’s lost the moon forever in this charming reissue of a beloved classic by award-winning author and illustrator Frank.

Frank Asch is on my entering kindergartener's Summer Reading List and I (we) can certainly understand why. His stories are gentle and cute and wonderfully illustrated. When Little Bird leaves, Moonbear doesn't want to stop, so he asks the Moon to play with him. In a quiet, re-bed book, kids can learn about playing with friends, playing on their own and cooperation. This is a gentle book and thoroughly enjoyable for my whole family.

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Moonbear worries he’s lost the moon forever in this charming reissue of a beloved classic by award-winning author and illustrator Frank Asch. Publisher Description.

During a game of hide-and-seek, Moon hides behind a cloud, leaving his friend Bear very worried.

Comments

Celen Celen
Moonbear and Little Bird spend a day playing hide and seek. When Little Bird leaves, Moonbear doesn't want to stop, so he asks the Moon to play with him. In a quiet, great-for-right-before-bed book, kids can learn about playing with friends, playing on their own and cooperation. This is a gentle book and thoroughly enjoyable for my whole family.
Ytli Ytli
This is a fun story about bear, moon, and the animals of the woods playing hide n' seek! The story is fun, the drawings are kid friendly, and it's an overall good book.
Marilore Marilore
I bought this for my grand-daughter who loves the Moonbear series. She is one yr old and her elye lit up as she opened her present tonight.
Steel balls Steel balls
I bought this book for my granddaughter. We had been riding in the car, watching the moon disappear like the moon disappears in the book. I had to find the story for my granddaughter!
Aedem Aedem
Fine condition, thank you.
Jark Jark
too flimsy for young children, I cannot allow my grandchildren to handle the book as they will tear it and of course they get upset, they want to turn the pages.
Anaginn Anaginn
Bear learns a new game from his friend Little Bird. When Bear is alone that evening he decides to play his new game of hide and seek with the moon. But when the moon gets lost Bear can't find him anywhere. He becomes worried and enlists all of his woodland friends to help him find the moon again.

The illustrations are adorable and fit well with the story. The lessons of team work and sharing were well written into the plot and will be easily understood by children. The rules of the game are explained to the reader as Little Bird shows Bear how to play. Children will enjoy counting with Bear and Little Bird as they play hide and seek. The story could be read by an early reader with the age appropriate vocabulary and larger print. Both of my elementary age children enjoyed this book. It prompted a fun discussion about the moon when we finished.

I received this book free of charge from Children's Lit in exchange for my honest review.
I love to read Frank Asch books, especially the bear books with young readers. There is a lot of bigger science concepts being touched on but in a sweet, simple, and playful way that relates to how young minds learn. In this story bear is playing hide and seek with the moon and the moon is really good at playing it apparently =)